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Jewelry, Manibure sets
Box Paper Chocolate Sets
Huyler's Candy Books
Cut Glass Testaments
Hand Painted China Statuary /
Waterman's Ideal Foun- Percolators
tain Pens Silverware, consisting
- adntr of Knives, Forks,
Jardiniers Spoons, etc.
Other goods arriving and expected daily, We appreciate
so much your trading at home.
IKENS DRUG COMPANY
The Rexall Store
J. N. 1A LLIMJ, Prop. & lgr.
Phone No.- 8
Before the Big Rush
We have a nice selection of goods suitable as gifts for
the whole.family. Below we sugges a few articles:
For Children-Boys' Wagons-, Hand Cars, Toy Pistols, R
Erector Sets, Air Guns, Rifles, Safety Crackers, Velocipedes, &
Flashlights, Pocket Knives.
For Ladies-Silverware, St-oves, Rniges, Cooking Uten-R
sils, Scissos, Ma nical re 8ets, LamI ps, Percoln &Ior-, Oil Stoves, m
For Men-Rnzors. Pocket K Iyives, OnnvI, mm1' nunition, R
Toos. Flhits, RI-yo Lamps. _
Come to !ee Us Before You y
Phone68. Look For the ig Saw Sign Easley, S. C. 1
IT HIS WA!
Furniture Buyeri, for Your Needs in
House Furnishings. inYou Will Find
HereRarain inAll Lin~es.
8toves, Rtanges. Bed moom Sn ites, Odd Dre ssers, Bedsteads,.
.Mattresses, Spring~s, .D)avenports, Parlor Snites, Feather 's
Se'wing Machines, N~orwood Sewing
om Furniture ot all kinds(1. Pianos *
*::Don't' Fail to See Us for Your Needs
adSave Yourself Some Money.
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ifn anthing tes woi trro. ce
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The Price of The Sentinel
After December 81, 1916, the sub.
scription price of The Pickens Sentinel
will be: .
One Year ---.......$1.60
Six Month8-----.....- .75
Three Months --.---...... .40
The new rate will not affect subscrip
tions paid before January 1, 1917.
Miss Frances Bruce, a student at Con
verse college, is at home for the holi
Roark Powell, merchant on route 3,
made a business trip to Greenville last
*We understard that a night school
will be started at the Pickens mill after
N. F. Freeman, miller at the old
Clements mill, lost a good horse by
Misses Mattie Findley and Lorena
Taylor spent a day or two shopping in
Atlanta last week.
Mrs. Sadie Williams of San Antonio,
Texas, is visiting her mother, Mrs. H.
A Richey, in Pickens.
Bill Folger of Easley has been elected
captain of the University of North
Carolina football team.
The bazaar given by the ladies of the
Baptist church in Pickens last wek
iwas a success in every way.
Clerk A. J. Boggs is sporting a hand
some jeans suit of clothes made of Pick
ens-grown and Pickens-woven wool.
The citizens of Liberty expect to hold
I at an early date an election to decide
whether the town shall install water
Miss Nellie Powell, who was milliner
I for Hobbs-Henderson Co. the past sea
son, has returned to her home in
Born, unto Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Loehr,
of Manchester. Ga., December 3, a
daughter, who has been named Laurie
B. Lewis could not attend, so Dr. F.
S. Porter, alternate, represented the
Pickens M asons at the grand( lodge in
Charleston last week.
Wreare indebted to Rev. and Mrs. B.
M. Smith of near Pickens for a nice
gift of sausage. May their blesssings
I be many during Christmas.
Hobbs-1 endersonm Co.'s stor in Pick.
en is prettily decorated in iolidav col
ors. There are some mighty nice Christ
I mas presents at. this store,' too.
h'lle fi-st snow of' the wim tei for oi ck
ens5 fell Thmursday a l'ternSoon. The flakes
fell only for a few mimutes and mclted
as soon as they touched the ground.
Glad to report Dr. 1. S. Sanders,
pastor of Concord chur'ch, inprovmng.
Ile las been quite sick at his nomne in
Cornelia, Ga., for the past three months.
Rices Crbek Baptist church will lb
dedicated on Sunday, December 24. All
day service is expected. Dinner on the
ground. The public is cordially invited.
F. 1. Trammell, who has been selling
musical instruments around Pickens for
several years, has gone to Winder, Ga.,
vhere he will engage inl similar busi
Prmtof. R. T. Haltlum of Pickensa at
tended the meeting of thme gr-andl Ma
sonic lodge in Chai'leston last week and
wvas r-eapplointedl dIeputy of this distirict
for next year-.
M iss Blanche Lalioon entei'tainedl the
junioi- embroidem-y club last Fi'iday af tei
iioon. A delicious .sweet courise w.as
ser'ved and thme young people enjoyed
the occasion imumencsely.
'The iniutes o. the Pickens -Baptist
association have been printed( a~ ad are at
T1he Semitinel ofiee for distribution to
the dillereunt chu rches. The clerks of
the different churichies may get their
minutes by calling at this ottice.
We congiatuilate the pl)e~t of Pick
ens circuit on having one of the very
best men in the conference as their pais
tor. We know Bro. Sam Jones and
most hear-tily commend him to this peo0
p~le as woi-thy of theiir confidence and
R. 1B. Anthony has puritchased the
Kelley house on Ann street and expects
to move into it soon after- Christmas.
'Squire A. S. Por-ter- and family, who
have been living in this house, have
moved iuto the JIohn Harris home neat
the court house.
The tent wvhich furnishes overheod
protection for county mules and horses
gave way undler the wveight of snow
Monday morning andl fell down on the
stock. The stock has n~o prtotection
from the wvind andl cold except the ovei'
head cover-ing ol clo0th.
Those wvho have-seen t hem will beam
us out. in saying that the merchants of
Piekens have~ the largest and best lines
of Chrmmis timas goods they have ever
shown. It is not necessary to go else
wvhere to buy Christmas presents of any
kind, when such a line assortment ma'y
he? found1 at home.
Attended Baptist Convention
During the recent Baptist state con
vention wvhich was held in Newberry,
Capt. J. TI. Taiylor and myself were en.
tertained in the home of Mr. and Mtrs.
R. E. Leavel, and( wve feel sure that no
delegates wvere more fortunate than we
were. M rs. Leavel will be rememberec
by our Pickens people as Miss Katt
Folger. Sutrely the lines did fall to ut
in pleasant la(ces. The convention wat
one of the most spiritual we have evei
attended. Rev. E. V. Blabb, formnerl3
of Easley, is pastoi- of the Fitrst Baptist
church, Hie and his people gave th<
dielegates and visitorns a cordial recep,
tion andl entertained them handsomely.
We wvere glad, but not surprised, t<
hear that Bro. Babb ms succeedinwe
in his new charge. D.W.~H.
Your husband or brother woukc
not appreciate anything more
than a Silver Steel Hand Savw
for an Xmas present. Get then
at Pickens Hardware & Grocerj
in goodness and
in pipe satisfaction
-is all we or its enthusi
astic friends ever claimed
for it !
It answers every smoke
or any other man ever
cool and fragrant and
smokeappetite that you'
it in a mighty shdrt time
Will you invest 5c oil 10<
so on the national joy so
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO
Advertisement Did the Work. -
Editor : ninel: 11 put n a'd for m1. .
lost dog inJ your. paper. Wednemi;-;av and .
heard froml it Friday "o llowi 1i . .
ad I rit now So -out c:,'
tell the boys th2 . , Jose '*
yo Uur Ta" r ...a I o 11 .
FOR X M AS GIFTs 4
.tonl have only a few nore
davs ill which o deide nyon J (
hat IX;lxii. G1if. for your friends .
or fainilv. INotiiI I i rIIe Ia ) -
propriatke or .appreciative than ++++
Jewelry. We have a full -l, $
da~ly. Eiver1ythint I~we selI is
guaranh1teed. Below are a few
Biois, L \aLieres, (ineoli
Sect et Ord1er 1.1ins, Sca'rf
Pinsie Class ( uff 1 iniks, - r
A\llowv us to assist yon ini solv
H. SNIDER, Jeweler,
__Easley, S C.+
Porter's Pressing Club N
Cleaning, Pressing, Dyeing, Al-,
Suits are sent for andl( delivered wheni.j
promised arnd the wvork is done by anj
expert. Work guaranteed.
Suits pressed at 25c per suit; cleaning j
and pressinlg, 50c suit; dry cleaning, $1 --
suit. Special attention giveun to ladies'
suits. . .
Wec appreciate your* patronage. --:
B. B. PORTER, Proprietor, ..
At Porter's Bairber Shop.
T'elephone No. 38 .
The Souithern Railwvay
PrVemiier(.Carir of' the Sonthi Se
A\rri val of Sou therni loI'al trinsn. for
Easley, S. (C. In ecliect J1unie 18, 1916.
No. 42-2.201 a.m22. No. 43-- 2.45i a.m~
No. 36i-5.45 a.mu. No. 29-- 8.23 ai.m Here
No. 46-8.415 a mn. No. 39-- 12.05 p.m
No. 12-1.33 p.m. No. 11- 3.3 p~~ m
No. 40-6.1.1 p. m1. No. '15- 9.55 p.m g
No. 30-7.27 p.m.
No. 30 receives passengers for north c
of Charlotte aind discharge passeng~ers
from south of Atlanta.
.J. C. CA MP, Agent. br1
CHIGH ESTER S PILLS
OiAMOND BRAND price
Ask your gte for CHIHS-TER A
DIAMOND BD PIinRRD and A
'Go.D anetallic boxes, gealed with 31
Ribbon. TAK or0 ra
nsI ON BkR., NDFL Lu. for twenty-Ev
Iyears regarded as Best,Safet AlasRetbe
SOLD BY~ALL DRUGGISTSNi
ME EVERYWHERE .ye~
Price Albert g
4 n.*ti o kers u a
--its flavor is so different and
-it car't. bite your tongue;
-it cant parch'your throat;
-you can smoke it as long and
. as hard as you like without any
comeback but real tobacco hap.
On the reverse side of every Prince
Albert package you will read:
JULY 30TH. 1907"
That means to you a lot of tobacco on.
joyment. Prince Albert has always been
sold without coupons or premiums. We
prefer to give quality I
national joy smoke
IZLL find a cheery howdy-do on top no
a matter how much of a stranger you are in the
neck of the woods you drop into. For Prince 0
Albert is riht theft-at the first place you
pass that sells tobacco I The toppy e
boil sells for a nickel and the lidv red
tin for a dime; then there's the and
some pound and half-pound tin FO
humidors and the pound
crystal-4lass humidor with
sponge-moistener top> G,;E'
that keeps thte to
bacco in auch I:.. uI
had! It is so
appealing to your
will get chummy with
to prove out our say- This is the reverse side of the
Princo Albert tidy red tin. Read
.oke? this " Patented Process"f message
to-you and realize what it means
in making Prince Albert so much
CO., Winston-Salem,sN. C. to your likin.
I ~t un ive i aime id al t rsh m losf Oranges,
s, Grale l1ruiii 11ad fritiis of ;Ill kinol!- for
uns tl ir(::ie: (aloii's, ('akes an1( ('raielwrs: in
I' C n C k s hasn . it rnj, 1., lj( \n\- ill
i! 14 if) fill lo u w u i t he lm s
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. ALEXANDER, Pickens, S.
d CO.sreenvine,_s. c.
ILEARANCESALE of SUiTS
ourP (hoice of Seveiteen \VuISis
9 13.0 nl 9 I;)50 f r$6.75
40 and( I tO-date, colors b Ilk nu11 i
br'own, 8521.50, S22.50, $25, for St
th e lot, 20,50, 82.50, 35, 1.050, f
Ieveni suits inl this lot. These5( vere 8, and
15.00, B.roadclloth, velou Irs, garbI a
(hie and( twills, b)eatiful eolors a
t bove 'ricsk will pay you to visit our
store and get your new Xmas suit,
Me Before Buying Your Oils.,
, Ford Parts, Tires, Tubes, Etc.
Are a Few of My Prices. Judge for Yourself:
tvolinle, 'oharine anid Glf Suipremne Motor Oils, 50c per
lin. IE or'd Iires, gularanteedl 5,000 miles, at $8.75 anid
2.25. IPord 'Pubhes at $2.415, standard brand; 5-pound
as motor grease, 45ce: Ford front spings, $2.25; Ford
ir' axles, $1.75; other -F'ord parts at the sanmo low prices
ass polish, 20c can;l fine chains, $2.25 per set; Ford
also equipped to do your r'epairing at lowest
s by competent mechanics. No matter where
re-i you ate in trouble call 64: Road servcee
Also have good Mitchetl for sale cheaps. Terms
See Me When in Need of Anything
In the Atetrnobile Line
iW ATHRA GARAGE, Pickeus~.
W. N. H ARkUs, Propuletor.